Artists' Television Access

CINEOLA Latinx Online Film Festival

Saturday, June 6, 2020, 12:00 am, 14149

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

June 6 – 12, 2020
Festival Pass: $12
Single Tickets: $8

Co-presented by the Bay Area Video Coalition, CINEOLA will be available online across the U.S. on Seed&Spark. Proceeds will benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF, a non-profit supporting Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Shorts Blocks

The festival features two blocks of documentary short films showcasing filmmakers from across Latin America, representing a variety of realities from Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela and Brazil. These include Hazte Sentir, a collaborative project led by Dieter Deswarte and the residents of Casa Miga, the first and only LGBTIQ+ refugee centre in Latin America, which sits in the middle of the Amazon, in the Brazilian city of Manaus, as well as Susy Peña’s The Breadmaker, about a Chavista collective that has stepped in to take over production at a local bakery, La Minka. Elsewhere, shorts feature everything from Cuban militants (Verde Olivo), Honduran trans woman (Victoria) and Colombian fishermen (La Pesca).

  • Recordar
    Stories of legacy, memory and identity from Cuba, Mexico, Honduras, Ecuador and Colombia.
  • Resistir
    Stories of resistance, solidarity and tradition from Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil.

Virtual Events

The festival will host two live filmmaker Q&As, featuring guest moderators film writer Carlos Aguilar and Bay Area filmmaker Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World).

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